Stem cell research resources for more successful experiments
Stem cell research holds tremendous potential in the areas of developmental biology, disease modeling, and cell therapy. These areas of stem cell research require experimental approaches that are not only efficient and reproducible, but also preserve the genetic integrity of the cells. To help ensure your success, we have created this collection of stem cell resources covering various aspects of stem cell culture, reprogramming, characterization, and differentiation. No matter your experience level, finding the resources you need—when you need them—can make all the difference in your results.
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Whether you’re new to the field or expanding into new areas, this educational handbook will help guide your pluripotent stem cell research. It offers the latest tools, resources, applications, and more, to support every step of your PSC workflow.
Attend the sixth annual 24 Hours of Stem Cells virtual event on November 15, 2018 where you can access leading scientific presentations from prominent researchers and sharpen your stem cell skills with training and certifications. Experience it all virtually, from the comfort of anywhere.
At the onset of your stem cell research, we understand it can be daunting to know where to begin and what products are needed. Begin with the fundamentals. The Pluripotent Stem Cell Protocol Handbook will provide you with the protocols, solutions, and resources needed to get you started in any workflow.
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Access educational tools and resources for both induced pluripotent stem cells and embryonic stem cells.
Find the resources you need for neural stem cell engineering, differentiation, and analysis.
Accelerate your path from discovery to the clinic with key resources to address challenges in your mesenchymal stem cell research.
As you move your translational stem cell, tissue engineering, and immunotherapy research toward the clinic, find the information you need to keep your project moving.
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